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xerces beginner

Hi

Im trying to learn hot to use an xerces database. Google does'nt seem to display any decent tutorials. Any information/tutorials on xerces would be great, thanks.
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Ronayne
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dualsoulCommented:
>xerces database
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i'm heard pnly about Xerces - XML parser for Java/C++ from IBM.

what do you mean?
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RonayneAuthor Commented:

im sorry, xindice is what I mean, what are the differences between the two?
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dualsoulCommented:
Xerces - is XML parser.

Xindice - is XML database. Pure Java database optimized for storing XML documents. You can query documents and parts of it, using XPath diretly - no new API needed.

I not guru on Xindice. So can't help you much with it.

I'm prefer using BerkleyXML - as XML database - it's native and embedded - and due to that extremely fast. It has ports to practically all platforms and APIs for all major languages - Java/C++/C#/Tcl  and so on. Additionally you can use Xquery , not only XPath.
I think you can try it :)

And one more...there are 2 topic here on EE about BerkleyDB :)
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dualsoulCommented:
>Xindice wasn't designed for monster documents, rather, it was designed for collections of small to medium sized >documents.

from Xindice FAQ :)

BerkleyXML can manage up to 256Terabyte XML documenets...feel the difference :)
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RonayneAuthor Commented:

well i would be storing relatively small documents anyway, do you know of any dectent xpath tutorials as well aw using xindice, with that im done, thx for your help
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